Trademark Infringement under the 1994 UK Trademarks Act in the Singapore Context

Posted: 8 Apr 2005  

Mary Wai San Wong

University of New Hampshire School of Law

Abstract

This article aims to examine one particular aspect of UK trademarks law that has seen a significant statutory change, viz, the question of infringement, and hopes to place the issues raised by the new law on this aspect into the Singapore context by considering the effects of these changes. It is hoped that this analysis will be helpful in considering the question whether or not Singapore law ought to follow the same course as UK law. ...

Keywords: Intellectual property law, trade mark infringement, Singapore, United Kingdom

JEL Classification: K11, K13, K19

Suggested Citation

Wong, Mary Wai San, Trademark Infringement under the 1994 UK Trademarks Act in the Singapore Context. Singapore Academy of Law Journal, Vol. 10, p. 152, 1998. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=685691

Mary Wai San Wong (Contact Author)

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